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    1. Ikeda, Y; Nagai, A; Ikeda, MA; Hayashi, S
      Neonatal estrogen exposure inhibits steroidogenesis in the developing rat ovary

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    2. Zhao, LP; Bakke, M; Krimkevich, Y; Cushman, LJ; Parlow, AF; Camper, SA; Parker, KL
      Steroidogenic factor 1 (SF1) is essential for pituitary gonadotrope function

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Harder, T; Aerts, L; Franke, K; Van Bree, R; Van Assche, FA; Plagemann, A
      Pancreatic islet transplantation in diabetic pregnant rats prevents acquired malformation of the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus in their offspring

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Micevych, P; Sinchak, K
      Estrogen and endogenous opioids regulate CCK in reproductive circuits

      PEPTIDES
    5. Tsukahara, S; Yamanouchi, K
      Neurohistological and behavioral evidence for lordosis-inhibiting tract from lateral septum to periaqueductal gray in male rats

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    6. Sadovsky, Y; Dorn, C
      Function of steroidogenic factor 1 during development and differentiation of the reproductive system

      REVIEWS OF REPRODUCTION
    7. Wang, ZX; Liu, Y; Young, LJ; Insel, TR
      Hypothalamic vasopressin gene expression increases in both males and females postpartum in a biparental rodent

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Peschke, D; Teichmann, J; Peschke, E
      Pineal influence on annual nuclear volume changes in ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus (VMH) neurons of the male Wistar rat

      CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    9. Kanemaru, H; Nakamura, H; Isayama, H; Kawabuchi, M; Tashiro, N
      Efferent connections of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus: A biocytin study in the cat

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    10. Matsumoto, T; Yamanouchi, K
      Acceleration of mounting behaviors in female rats by ibotenic acid lesionsin the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    11. Hanley, NA; Ikeda, Y; Luo, XR; Parker, KL
      Steroidogenic factor 1 (SF-1) is essential for ovarian development and function

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    12. Chiba, T
      Collateral projection from the amygdalo-hippocampal transition area and CA1 to the hypothalamus and medial prefrontal cortex in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    13. Ahima, RS; Saper, CB; Flier, JS; Elmquist, JK
      Leptin regulation of neuroendocrine systems

      FRONTIERS IN NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Boerboom, D; Pilon, N; Behdjani, R; Silversides, DW; Sirois, J
      Expression and regulation of transcripts encoding two members of the NR5A nuclear receptor subfamily of orphan nuclear receptors, steroidogenic factor-1 and NR5A2, in equine ovarian cells during the ovulatory process

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Ohata, H; Suzuki, K; Oki, Y; Shibasaki, T
      Urocortin in the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus acts as an inhibitor offeeding behavior in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Daggett, MAF; Rice, DA; Heckert, LL
      Expression of steroidogenic factor 1 in the testis requires an E box and CCAAT box in its promoter proximal region

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    17. Kimura, R; Yoshii, H; Nomura, M; Kotomura, N; Mukai, T; Ishihara, S; Ohba, K; Yanase, T; Gotoh, O; Nawata, H; Morohashi, K
      Identification of novel first exons in Ad4BP/SF-1 (NR5A1) gene and their tissue- and species-specific usage

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    18. Parker, KL; Schimmer, BP; Schedl, A
      Genes essential for early events in gonadal development

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    19. Morohashi, K
      Gonadal and extragonadal functions of Ad4BP/SF-1: Developmental aspects

      TRENDS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    20. Luo, XR; Ikeda, Y; Lala, D; Rice, D; Wong, M; Parker, KL
      Steroidogenic factor 1 (SF-1) is essential for endocrine development and function

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Heidel, E; Plagemann, A; Davidowa, H
      Increased response to NPY of hypothalamic VMN neurons in postnatally overfed juvenile rats

      NEUROREPORT
    22. Pieri, I; Klein, M; Bayertz, C; Gerspach, J; van der Ploeg, A; Pfizenmaier, K; Eisel, U
      Regulation of the murine NMDA-receptor-subunit NR2C promoter by Sp1 and fushi tarazu factor1 (FTZ-F1) homologues

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Swain, A; Lovell-Badge, R
      Mammalian sex determination: a molecular drama

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    24. Kawabe, K; Shikayama, T; Tsuboi, H; Oka, S; Oba, K; Yanase, T; Nawata, H; Morohashi, K
      Dax-1 as one of the target genes of Ad4BP/SF-1

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    25. Terenzi, MG; Jiang, QB; Cree, SJ; Wakerley, JB; Ingram, CD
      Effect of gonadal steroids on the oxytocin-induced excitation of neurons in the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis at parturition in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Tremblay, JJ; Drouin, J
      Egr-1 is a downstream effector of GnRH and synergizes by direct interaction with Ptx1 and SF-1 to enhance luteinizing hormone beta gene transcription

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Tremblay, JJ; Marcil, A; Gauthier, Y; Drouin, J
      Ptx1 regulates SF-1 activity by an interaction that mimics the role of theligand-binding domain

      EMBO JOURNAL
    28. Eriksson, A; Wahlestedt, C; Nordqvist, K
      Isolation of sex-specific cDNAs from fetal mouse brain using mRNA differential display and representational difference analysis

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Hammer, GD; Ingraham, HA
      Steroidogenic factor-1: Its role in endocrine organ development and differentiation

      FRONTIERS IN NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Parker, KL; Schedl, A; Schimmer, BP
      Gene interactions in gonadal development

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Dorn, C; Ou, QL; Svaren, J; Crawford, PA; Sadovsky, Y
      Activation of luteinizing hormone beta gene by gonadotropin-releasing hormone requires the synergy of early growth response-1 and steroidogenic factor-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Trevino, A; Wolf, A; Jackson, A; Price, T; Uphouse, L
      Reduced efficacy of 8-OH-DPAT's inhibition of lordosis behavior by prior estrogen treatment

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    33. Fleming, A; Wibbels, T; Skipper, JK; Crews, D
      Developmental expression of steroidogenic factor 1 in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    34. SADOVSKY Y; CRAWFORD PA
      DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLES OF THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-I IN THE REPRODUCTIVE-SYSTEM

      Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation
    35. BRISKI KP
      GLUCOPRIVIC INDUCTION OF FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN HYPOTHALAMIC DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      NeuroReport
    36. COLTHORPE KL; ANDERSON ST; MARTIN GB; CURLEWIS JD
      HYPOTHALAMIC DOPAMINE D1 RECEPTORS ARE INVOLVED IN THE STIMULATION OFPROLACTIN SECRETION BY HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL-TEMPERATURE IN THE FEMALE SHEEP

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    37. GREENFIELD A
      GENES, CELLS AND ORGANS - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF MAMMALIAN SEX DETERMINATION

      Mammalian genome
    38. YU RN; ITO M; JAMESON JL
      THE MURINE DAX-1 PROMOTER IS STIMULATED BY SF-1 (STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-I) AND INHIBITED BY COUP-TF (CHICKEN OVALBUMIN UPSTREAM PROMOTER TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR) VIA A COMPOSITE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR REGULATORY ELEMENT

      Molecular endocrinology
    39. Ostrowski, NL
      Oxytocin receptor mRNA expression in rat brain: Implications for behavioral integration and reproductive success

      PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    40. PARKER KL
      THE ROLES OF STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1 IN ENDOCRINE DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    41. Parker, KL
      The roles of steroidogenic factor 1 in endocrine development and function

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    42. CRAWFORD PA; DORN C; SADOVSKY Y; MILBRANDT J
      NUCLEAR RECEPTOR DAX-1 RECRUITS NUCLEAR RECEPTOR COREPRESSOR N-COR TOSTEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1

      Molecular and cellular biology
    43. BALE TL; DORSA DM
      NGF, CYCLIC-AMP, AND PHORBOL ESTERS REGULATE OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR GENE-TRANSCRIPTION IN SK-N-SH AND MCF7 CELLS

      Molecular brain research
    44. KOW LM; PFAFF DW
      MAPPING OF NEURAL AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS FOR LORDOSIS IN THE SEARCH FOR ESTROGEN ACTIONS ON THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Behavioural brain research
    45. NACHTIGAL MW; HIROKAWA Y; ENYEARTVANHOUTEN DL; FLANAGAN JN; HAMMER GD; INGRAHAM HA
      WILMS-TUMOR-1 AND DAX-1 MODULATE THE ORPHAN NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SF-1 IN SEX-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Cell
    46. HERMANSON O; LARHAMMAR D; BLOMQVIST A
      PREPROCHOLECYSTOKININ MESSENGER-RNA-EXPRESSING NEURONS IN THE RAT PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS - SUBNUCLEAR LOCALIZATION, EFFERENT PROJECTION, AND EXPRESSION OF NOCICEPTIVE-RELATED INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING SUBSTANCES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    47. ELMQUIST JK; BJORBAEK C; AHIMA RS; FLIER JS; SAPER CB
      DISTRIBUTIONS OF LEPTIN RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA ISOFORMS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Journal of comparative neurology
    48. ARSENIJEVIC Y; TRIBOLLET E
      REGION-SPECIFIC EFFECT OF TESTOSTERONE ON OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR-BINDING IN THE BRAIN OF THE AGED RAT

      Brain research
    49. YANG ZJ; MEGUID MM; OLER A
      EATING-ASSOCIATED VMN-DOPAMINE LEVELS OF RATS - COMPARISON OF ORAL AND INTRAGASTRIC FEEDING

      NeuroReport
    50. STRATFORD TR; HOLAHAN MR; KELLEY AE
      INJECTIONS OF NOCICEPTIN INTO NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS SHELL OR VENTROMEDIALHYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS INCREASE FOOD-INTAKE

      NeuroReport
    51. GIUILI G; SHEN WH; INGRAHAM HA
      THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SF-1 MEDIATES SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC EXPRESSION OF MULLERIAN-INHIBITING SUBSTANCE, IN-VIVO

      Development
    52. LIU D; LEDREAN Y; EKKER M; XIONG F; HEW CL
      TELEOST FTZ-F1 HOMOLOG AND ITS SPLICING VARIANT DETERMINE THE EXPRESSION OF THE SALMON GONADOTROPIN II-BETA SUBUNIT GENE

      Molecular endocrinology
    53. CARON KM; IKEDA Y; SOO SC; STOCCO DM; PARKER KL; CLARK BJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROMOTER REGION OF THE MOUSE GENE ENCODING THE STEROIDOGENIC ACUTE REGULATORY PROTEIN

      Molecular endocrinology
    54. CRAWFORD PA; POLISH JA; GANPULE G; SADOVSKY Y
      THE ACTIVATION FUNCTION-2 HEXAMER OF STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-I IS REQUIRED, BUT NOT SUFFICIENT FOR POTENTIATION BY SRC-1

      Molecular endocrinology
    55. SHI HP; SHIGETA H; YANG NY; FU K; OBRIAN G; TENG CT
      HUMAN ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-LIKE-1 (ESRL1) GENE - GENOMIC ORGANIZATION, CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION, AND PROMOTER CHARACTERIZATION

      Genomics
    56. LIBERZON I; YOUNG EA
      EFFECTS OF STRESS AND GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON CNS OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR-BINDING

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    57. CORNESS JD; BURBACH JPH; HOKFELT T
      THE RAT GALANIN-GENE PROMOTER - RESPONSE TO MEMBERS OF THE NUCLEAR HORMONE-RECEPTOR FAMILY, PHORBOL ESTER AND FORSKOLIN

      Molecular brain research
    58. PARKER KL; SCHIMMER BP
      STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1 - A KEY DETERMINANT OF ENDOCRINE DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION

      Endocrine reviews
    59. HOLLAND KL; POPPER P; MICEVYCH PE
      INFUSION OF CCK-A RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES INHIBITS LORDOSIS BEHAVIOR

      Physiology & behavior
    60. QUINONESJENAB V; JENAB S; OGAWA S; ADAN RAM; BURBACH JPH; PFAFF DW
      EFFECTS OF ESTROGEN ON OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACID EXPRESSION IN THE UTERUS, PITUITARY, AND FOREBRAIN OF THE FEMALE RAT

      Neuroendocrinology
    61. ROUTH VH; MCARDLE JJ; LEVIN BE
      PHOSPHORYLATION MODULATES THE ACTIVITY OF THE ATP-SENSITIVE K+ CHANNEL IN THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS

      Brain research
    62. NICOT A; OGAWA S; BERMAN Y; CARR KD; PFAFF DW
      EFFECTS OF AN INTRAHYPOTHALAMIC INJECTION OF ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES FOR PREPROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNA IN FEMALE RATS - EVIDENCE FOR OPIOID INVOLVEMENT IN LORDOSIS REFLEX

      Brain research
    63. PARKER KL; SCHIMMER BP
      THE ROLES OF THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1 IN ENDOCRINEDIFFERENTIATION AND DEVELOPMENT

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    64. COLTHORPE KL; CURLEWIS JD
      LOCALIZATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DOPAMINE D-1 RECEPTORS IN SHEEP HYPOTHALAMUS AND STRIATUM

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    65. WONG M; RAMAYYA MS; CHROUSOS GP; DRIGGERS PH; PARKER KL
      CLONING AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN GENE ENCODING STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1

      Journal of molecular endocrinology
    66. MOROHASHI KI; OMURA T
      CYTOCHROMES P450 .10. AD4BP SF-1, A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR ESSENTIAL FOR THE TRANSCRIPTION OF STEROIDOGENIC CYTOCHROME-P450 GENES AND FOR THEESTABLISHMENT OF THE REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION/

      The FASEB journal
    67. IKEDA Y; SWAIN A; WEBER TJ; HENTGES KE; ZANARIA E; LALLI E; TAMAI KT; SASSONECORSI P; LOVELLBADGE R; CAMERINO G; PARKER KL
      STEROIDOGENIC-FACTOR-1 AND DAX-1 COLOCALIZE IN MULTIPLE CELL LINEAGES- POTENTIAL LINKS IN ENDOCRINE DEVELOPMENT

      Molecular endocrinology
    68. IKEDA Y
      SF-1 - A KEY REGULATOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION IN THE MAMMALIAN REPRODUCTIVE-SYSTEM

      Acta Paediatrica Japonica Overseas Edition
    69. VANKOVA M; BOYER PA; LEVIEL V; ARLUISON M
      OPPOSITE CHANGES IN THE EXPRESSION OF ENKEPHALIN IN THE AMYGDALA AND HYPOTHALAMUS AFTER LESIONS OF THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    70. MCCARTHY MM; MCDONALD CH; BROOKS PJ; GOLDMAN D
      AN ANXIOLYTIC ACTION OF OXYTOCIN IS ENHANCED BY ESTROGEN IN THE MOUSE

      Physiology & behavior
    71. MOGA MM; MOORE RY
      PUTATIVE EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID PROJECTIONS TO THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    72. YE JH; MCARDLE JJ
      2,3-BUTANEDIONE MONOXIME MODIFIES THE GLYCINE-GATED CHLORIDE CURRENT OF ACUTELY ISOLATED MURINE HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS

      Brain research
    73. HIRASAWA M; NISHIHARA M; TAKAHASHI M
      THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA MEDIATES SUPPRESSION OF THE CIRCULATORY-SYSTEM BY THE VENTROMEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS

      Brain research
    74. SHINODA K; LEI H; YOSHII H; NOMURA M; NAGANO M; SHIBA H; SASAKI H; OSAWA Y; NINOMIYA Y; NIWA O; MOROHASHI K; LI E
      DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS OF THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS AND PITUITARY GONADOTROPH IN THE FTZ-F1 DISRUPTED MICE

      Developmental dynamics
    75. TUOMISTO JT; POHJANVIRTA R; UNKILA M; TUOMISTO J
      2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN-INDUCED ANOREXIA AND WASTING SYNDROME IN RATS - AGGRAVATION AFTER VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC-LESION

      European journal of pharmacology. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology section
    76. TAKAHASHI A; ISHIMARU H; IKARASHI Y; MARUYAMA Y
      DECREASE OF NOREPINEPHRINE AND PRESERVATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS OF VMH OBESE RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    77. LARRIVASAHD J; RONDANZARATE A; RAMIREZDEGOLLADO M
      SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC CONTRIBUTION FROM THE FORNIX TO THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS - A QUANTITATIVE ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY

      Neuroscience letters
    78. PRIEST CA; ECKERSELL CB; MICEVYCH PE
      ESTROGEN REGULATES PREPROENKEPHALIN-A MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN THE RATVENTROMEDIAL NUCLEUS - TEMPORAL AND CELLULAR ASPECTS

      Molecular brain research
    79. WITT DM
      OXYTOCIN AND RODENT SOCIOSEXUAL RESPONSES - FROM BEHAVIOR TO GENE-EXPRESSION

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    80. MICHELINI S; URBANEK M; DEAN M; GOLDMAN D
      POLYMORPHISM AND GENETIC-MAPPING OF THE HUMAN OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR GENE ON CHROMOSOME-3

      American journal of medical genetics
    81. CANTERAS NS; SIMERLY RB; SWANSON LW
      ORGANIZATION OF PROJECTIONS FROM THE MEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA -A PHAL STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    82. ARSENIJEVIC Y; DREIFUSS JJ; VALLET P; MARGUERAT A; TRIBOLLET E
      REDUCED BINDING OF OXYTOCIN IN THE RAT-BRAIN DURING AGING

      Brain research
    83. BRUCE LL; NEARY TJ
      AFFERENT-PROJECTIONS TO THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS IN A LIZARD, GEKKO-GECKO

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    84. BLAUSTEIN JD
      ESTROGEN-RECEPTORS IN NEURONS - NEW SUBCELLULAR LOCATIONS AND FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS

      Endocrine journal
    85. MCEWEN BS; WOOLLEY CS
      ESTRADIOL AND PROGESTERONE REGULATE NEURONAL STRUCTURE AND SYNAPTIC CONNECTIVITY IN ADULT AS WELL AS DEVELOPING BRAIN

      Experimental gerontology
    86. TANAKA Y; EGAWA M; INOUE S; TAKAMURA Y
      EFFECTS OF INTRAVENTRICULAR ADMINISTRATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y ON FEEDING-BEHAVIOR IN FASTED FEMALE RATS WITH VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC-LESIONS

      Regulatory peptides
    87. BENELLI A; POGGIOLI R; LUPPI P; RUINI L; BERTOLINI A; ARLETTI R
      OXYTOCIN ENHANCES, AND OXYTOCIN ANTAGONISM DECREASES, SEXUAL RECEPTIVITY IN INTACT FEMALE RATS

      Neuropeptides
    88. BENELLI A; POGGIOLI R; LUPPI P; RUINI L; BERTOLINI A; ARLETTI R
      OXYTOCIN ENHANCES, AND OXYTOCIN ANTAGONISM DECREASES, SEXUAL RECEPTIVITY IN INTACT FEMALE RATS

      Neuropeptides
    89. CRESPO D; VILLEGAS J; FERNANDEZVIADERO C; OVEJERO V; AMODIA J; VERDUGA R
      THE INFLUENCE OF AGE ON SUPRAOPTIC NUCLEUS GLIAL-CELLS OF THE MOUSE

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    90. MELIS MR; MAURI A; ARGIOLAS A
      APOMORPHINE-INDUCED AND OXYTOCIN-INDUCED PENILE ERECTION AND YAWNING IN INTACT AND CASTRATED MALE-RATS - EFFECT OF SEXUAL STEROIDS

      Neuroendocrinology
    91. OLSTER DH
      OPIATE RECEPTOR BLOCKADE ENHANCES THE DISPLAY OF PROGESTERONE-FACILITATED LORDOSIS IN JUVENILE FEMALE GUINEA-PIGS

      Hormones and behavior
    92. OGAWA S; KOW LM; PFAFF DW
      IN-VITRO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF MIDBRAIN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY NEURONS IN FEMALE RATS - RESPONSES TO GABA- AND MET-ENKEPHALIN-RELATED AGENTS

      Brain research
    93. KOW LM; BROWN HE; PFAFF DW
      ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN THE HYPOTHALAMIC VENTROMEDIAL NUCLEUS OR THE MIDBRAIN CENTRAL GRAY FACILITATES LORDOSIS

      Brain research
    94. MINOKOSHI Y; OKANO Y; SHIMAZU T
      REGULATORY MECHANISM OF THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMUS IN ENHANCING GLUCOSE-UPTAKE IN SKELETAL-MUSCLES

      Brain research
    95. INSEL TR; YOUNG L; WITT DM; CREWS D
      GONADAL-STEROIDS HAVE PARADOXICAL EFFECTS ON BRAIN OXYTOCIN RECEPTORS

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    96. FUJISE T; YOSHIMATSU H; KUROKAWA M; FUKAGAWA K; NAKATA M; SAKATA T
      FOOD CONSISTENCY MODULATES EATING VOLUME AND SPEED THROUGH BRAIN HISTAMINE IN RAT

      Brain research bulletin
    97. FLANAGAN LM; PFAUS JG; PFAFF DW; MCEWEN BS
      INDUCTION OF FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN OXYTOCIN NEURONS AFTER SEXUAL-ACTIVITY IN FEMALE RATS

      Neuroendocrinology
    98. LI Q; THORNHILL J
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY CHANGES OF VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS AND ASSOCIATED TEMPERATURE RESPONSES IN RATS FOLLOWING SCROTAL THERMAL-STIMULATION

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    99. PFAUS JG; KLEOPOULOS SP; MOBBS CV; GIBBS RB; PFAFF DW
      SEXUAL STIMULATION ACTIVATES C-FOS WITHIN ESTROGEN-CONCENTRATING REGIONS OF THE FEMALE RAT FOREBRAIN

      Brain research
    100. JOHNSON AE; AUDIGIER S; ROSSI F; JARD S; TRIBOLLET E; BARBERIS C
      LOCALIZATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF VASOPRESSIN BINDING-SITES IN THERAT-BRAIN USING AN IODINATED LINEAR AVP ANTAGONIST

      Brain research


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